Safariland™ Introduces New Tactical Slings for Law Enforcement and Sporting Use
February 09, 2010
Safariland™, a BAE Systems line of business, introduces three new sling offerings designed for use with the single shot M79, multiple projectile grenade launchers, rifles, and other long guns. Available in both single point and dual point versions, the functional design allows the user to make a convenient transition from the low ready to firing to placement on the back position for free use of hands.
The Model 4017 Single Point Sling features a convenient polymer quick-detach system that allows the user to remove the weapon from the sling without the use of tools. The Models 4018 Dual Point Sling and 4019 Dual Point Sling w/ Shoulder Pad use traditional dual sling mounts for attachment to the weapon. The 4018 offers a simple single strap design, while the 4019 features a cushioned shoulder pad for comfort.
All the Safariland slings are constructed from durable nylon for long lasting wear. Suggested retail for the three new models are:
Model 4017 $40.00
Model 4018 $ 9.75
Model 4019 $15.00
For more information about Safariland slings or other products, visit www.safariland.com/dutygear.
Safariland, LLC is a premier provider of law enforcement and security products and services, delivering a full-range of customer-specific solutions. Offering many of the world’s most recognizable branded products in the public safety market, Safariland is committed to saving lives.
For more information about Safariland, please visit www.safariland.com.
About BAE Systems
BAE Systems is the premier global defense, security and aerospace company delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support services. With approximately 105,000 employees worldwide, BAE Systems' sales exceeded £18.5 billion (US $34.4 billion) in 2008.
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